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ROLL OF HONOUR
Jack Irwin, in, a letter dated France Oct. 26, 1917, writes, "All N.T.
friends of Alf. Linde will be sorry to hear he took the "count" a few days,
ago. Was killed instantly. Did not know he was hit. I was very sorry to hear of his death as I found him toi be one of the finest fellows I had ever met."
FRED RICHARDSON. Harold Snell, writing from France 23.10.7, says that Fred Richardson, the discoverer of Marranboy, was re- ported wounded and missing after the battle of Bullecourt. We shall be glad for any information which friends may have received regarding
Mrs. C. Osborne received a tele- gram stating that Mr. Jack Hill, for-. merly of the Railway Dept., was re- turning to Australia. Later another was received to the effect that as a
result of a bullet touching his brain he had lost the power of speech and all memory, while he was paralysed down one side of the body. It is painful to print such sad news, but it brings home to us very closely the horrors of war, and should harden in us the determination that this must be the last War.